S.A.V.E. Hosts Ian Lockwood May 9th

posted Fri, May 3, 2013

Route 41: From Dangerous Road to Stronger Community?

May 2, 2013


Kennett Square, PA – S.A.V.E. (Safety, Agriculture, Villages and Environment, Inc.) welcomes internationally acclaimed transportation engineer and designer, Ian Lockwood, who will present creative solutions for transportation and land use in the Route 41 corridor at 7 PM on May 9,2013 at the Stroud Water Research Center, 970 Spencer Road, Avondale, PA, 19311. A question and answer period will provide a forum for discussing safe, effective, and sustainable solutions to the diverse problems faced by all Route 41 users and surrounding communities.

Ian Lockwood recently completed the prestigious Loeb Fellowship at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Design. He is the first transportation engineer ever to receive this honor. In 2009, Mr. Lockwood’s work for the New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT), a project entitled Route 31 Integrated Land Use and Transportation Plan, was awarded the Institute of Transportation Engineers’ Best Project Award. He is recognized for his work on Smart Growth, context-sensitive design, historic preservation, and traffic calming.


This event is free and open to the public. Due to limited seating, tickets are required. Information and tickets are available at: http://www.savepa.org/events/detail/an-evening-with-ian-lockwood/


A preview of Street Road Exhibition 3: Lost Highway 41 Revisited Blues will be on display during the event. The selected pieces by local artist, Gerald Harris, document the iconic Route 41 landscape. Information about the Street Road exhibition and details of the May 10th opening are available at: http://www.streetroad.org/exhibition-3-lost-highway-41-revisited-blues.html


S.A.V.E. promotes safe and sustainable transportation design for the Route 41 corridor that will enhance the communities, strengthen the economy, and protect the precious natural and historic resources of Southern Chester County. 

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